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She brought with her a (large) yellow archive box which held letters, photographs, certificates, invoices and other documents; she also had a file and a hard drive.The material in the box was often the starting point for a line of enquiry and Susanah pointed out that it helped to be nosy as that’s what family history is.Most people starting out on research may only have partial information to go on: possibly a name, a medal, a story or a photograph.

He suggested that we learn to identify three of the cap badges (Royal Artillery, Royal Engineers and Army Service Corps) as those three regiments accounted for a large percentage of the army.Members were told about future displays that the society will be involved in: at Walpole St Peters, the Heritage weekend (Leverington and St Augustine’s); in order for this to happen Bridget would like to have copes of photographs of weddings that took place during the two world wars (not necessarily weddings involving service people).If necessary Bridget can copy photographs but she does need information about the people involved (names, dates etc).Try checking the neighbours on census records – sometimes you can work out how people came to know each other.Susanah also suggested checking the free access sites: Freecen, Free BMD and Freereg and Family Search. Susanah has received photographs of her own family as a result of contacts through internet searches.

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